(1999) Videodrone

Videodrone

... read moreWith some help from the guys in Korn, Videodrone's self-titled debut album rages, tears, and rants against the machine with comparable force and bluster. Blending hip-hop, metal, and industrial rock, Videodrone the album is sonic teen spirit, pissed-off style; weaving a standard thread of late-'90s...

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59′:39″ 12 Songs

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Ty Jonathan Down
4:21
2
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Closer To Coma
4:11
3
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Alone With 20 Bucks
3:46
4
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The Devil's Sweepstakes
3:53
5
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Faceplant
5:00
6
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Human Pinata
4:08
7
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Pig In A Blanket
4:30
8
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L.S.D. (Lucifer's Stained Dress)
3:11
9
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Ant In The Dope
4:23
10
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Power Tools For Girls
5:32
11
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Jesus (Lord Of The Apes)
5:20
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C.O.B.
11:24
Released 12 February 1999, 1999 Reprise Records

Review

With some help from the guys in Korn, Videodrone's self-titled debut album rages, tears, and rants against the machine with comparable force and bluster. Blending hip-hop, metal, and industrial rock, Videodrone the album is sonic teen spirit, pissed-off style; weaving a standard thread of late-'90s bedfellows, Videodrone the band comes off as mere children of the Korn (on whose custom label this album was released). A few standouts -- the lurking "Ty Jonathan Down" (with a vocal guest turn by, you guessed it, Korn's Jonathan Davis), and the equally prowling "Faceplant" -- keep it temporarily engaging, if not exactly original. ~ Michael Gallucci